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Rev JOHN DODVVULL An Independent Weekly With Htruiig HlwfT nf IMIIiir Devoted to tho rolI ManngerT HE CITIZEN Interests of rnfnnLu M MIoJItt nJ IIfrM THE HOME FARM Ai SCHOOL dais ilwtNtf 50 CENTS A YEAR I iiiVOL II A Fniiiily Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 1J 1900 Fifty cents a year NO 26 IDEAS IlidtHining the tinio Nothing iitlaiiiid wit hun saorUico Spoil niurtli buukward nnd yoi get till CIIUHO of most niurdorH Lot your rccroalio ho ninnfnl nol Hiufiil WnHliinglon- Tho way lo Imvo n good limo in lu khan things WO K What haw biHn dono ottii bo dune again TAKE NOTICE President prenuhas fit Boron Church Sunday inornlu Mrs KlizittMttli Gnrghill Itooflluir HpokllI of aw tIll mo t tphuitwl lady render in tlio country Will nuul nt tin Opening of this limiMi Lycttnm Cl arse Monday Ic ITtli nt tlio CImpol- Bo very IIlIro niul rwtd Dourfvwl by Lntlci Day SiiinlH lilt column an till pilgO Rev Mr CiillnirUioii will nreauh next Sunday P M at Uliw Lick rubool house FROM THE WIDE WOULD Strained rvliitioim oxlst Iwtwtti Portngiil and Iho NothorlandH uwlii to tho withdrawal of till oxc iimtnr of Horr Pott Dutch Consul at Lortiizo MnrijtionD nito olTorlM are luting main to cnpturo Ocn Do Wot in tho Oningo Ilivor country Ux Iris Kruger tilts Iron n rot lived with greet MilhuniHsm in Hollniul A cod famino fo flatted in Norwu MiuiHlur Conger lias rUCthlt la HtrtUtioim to sign the ngruomont rtiichivl by tho Cojifonuiro of Mini leis at PokiliICOUNTRYIIN OUR OWN CongnjHH In living up to tho tall of making thin n Holly biisiniw son dion Old Mtngurs do not niinvmbcr any fin t winik of n suasion of Con gitWM in which HO much important work haN iletll IlOwumpSlisbltii8s hrs ICu dono during thin wOk Tho Sonnlo ntnrtotl right in by mifking tlioShin itibriidy hill tho royulnr order of bus toss thus dicpluoing nud jJhllip1Itreaty which it in dowirod to got Ilion buforo tho Nicnrnguiin mtI bill in tnkun up In being pushed oxeeutivo HtttutioiiH Ibis HtMino 1nI hml ono of tho n gulnr appropriation hills Legirtliitlve Kxcoullvo Judiei nlwporhlli inn lutttHloct tho Army ftOrgnllizAilIoll bill and this Olooinnr gariup hill nnd tho lIVnnlO nxdic lion bill has bi on mPortsl Senator Morgan who ilK ohuinnnn of the Cunnl romniittoo Imn uhnrgo of tho Nicnrnguun bill Hays tho report of tho Cntiiil CoinniinHlon in fa vor of tho Nicnnigun mule lens ro movtxl tho liwl vostugo of doubt of tho pnsHngo of that IIwaSIIO Tho HO Calla nnti rnnteon clauso of tho Army bill rcporttnl to till lIoiiHo this wook roally linn not n word ngaitiHt tho vontniiaiico of tho nnny cnntcen It moroly provides tlifit no ollicror onliHltil must in tho nnny shall Nell intoxicnnlH Senator Stuw art has introduced n hill for tho criittton of n Court of tho PhilppiuuH to RllprllllloI posed of fivo Judges life with flalariiw of SJlX n oar1 Ho Hays ho placwl the snlarion litI tlodblo whut JH tail nieinborn of tho- U S Supremo Court for tho pur POHO of tonipting nblo IIIWOFH into ne Opting tho positionsC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY PoHtmiiHtiT iloliu L Itosloyof PariH mid his deputy Slurinan Ill StivorH worn arrested Monday taken before Uniltxl Stales Commis bioner Hill at Lexington charged t with misappropriating postal Uo loy and Slivery gavo hood CIIIIIIHI mini of SlfiOOO for their i poarauco Pnntagruph Deputy U S Marshall Case IIIIH been arrested by order of tie Cowing tOn health officer for bringing a Fed oral prisoner from Cutter county suf Poring front mimllpox to appear in tho United States Court Tho Kentucky Itailroad Coiniiiis donors Imvo submitted their annual report 0 Qovonor Beeklmm 1Gar Bockliatns plurality is 1J89 Bryant majority over MoKinloy in Kentucky is 8003 Locals and Personals- If you have n room to rout or wlMh to employ u student girl to work for her board notify Trans Oriborno Stint Elsie Hiiilnul is no better Chas W JohiiHon lies returned to Hfrun Glad to soo him Jofiiih Burdolto has 27 men fit hlH om ploy Mrs John Huff in recovering fron her siektliis n T Multby has roturiusl fron hlw visit home Many young people in town to P1- ter Mttulotitfl this tore InniHH Ynlluip fortnor cilir n or Htion is vUting rolalivtw hnro Miss Juiuilo 1Ss1111 hits bwn on n vteit to hor homo in Loxlngton- MM Anim Fny Hanson OlltNtllill II nuinbor of friends Saturday oven Ing John Oiillln of Somerset is III town mid lino placed his sun and two laughlorri in oollcgo Daniel Thnkornloy IIIIH moved his rosidouco from Center Street tu Wntor Street Hownnl Whito of LitchCold 0 n former student or Beret College hero on n visit Rut 11 C and Mm Ciillmrtson of inciniutti 0 art guoetH of Pnwl dent and Mrs Frost KrusttH Sjxinco is occupying his iwv nwltlonso oorll r of Kldor Are me anil Ovvsloy Street nut e Dillon of SoiifTold Cano hUH ptilod tlifl Golden blacksmith shop Uo will rftsldo in Burea Muses FninolH Burry and Sallii Itiirlwe spout Vault ion with tho Missoi DHinpboll at GirUtrflvillo Tho many frittmlM of Mm Julii Mooting will boglml to learn Ilia din is Improving in health tiles JoMphino A liobitihon gnvi in At Homo Monday afternoon to mud thH now Judy toacherx Ihs town boys crowd gnu n lirogrttteivo oroklnolo pnrly at lhu- Itmhrtl ronulunco Saturday The iMiiaaV livery stable huts been ronlwl to I5Tin iclumlHon Mr IHBHOH goes to Locust Branch to farm Mist Flora lulwivnls spout vacation lit hor honiQ in Milford Ohio Mist Slmid HnnkiiiHnnd Mr Frank ISwon WON hor gliOsta Miauea Kimnii nnd Latin Sponcn ivlio for tie j ast your have been liv it tie D K Pearsons in Chicago iiivu ntturnwl to Boron lire linker nnd grandson from Lexington hnvo rental n ortion of he reNidenro of Mrs Livio Burke Ilmy will occupy It this month Provident Frost addressed Meet ug of titizens in tho school louse nl arristown Sattinlity night on the ulhtoncD of Kduuation in tho Homo Tho uttuudnncu was good Taw meet ng was cnlunltthy good singinj ed by Htudontd from Uorca College Infant mortality in something rightful Nearly 0110 quarter die bo bro they reach ono year ono third loforo they nro five and onolmlf bo ors they are fifteen Tho timely UR- WhitoH Cream Vormifugo would iiivo a majority of these prwiouH lives rico25 S 13 Volch Jr Miss Eloise J Partridge Ph nor South Bond Ind Mins Margaret A ililllmm Ph B of South Burling tOil Vor Miss Viola Schumakur I1 of Itosston Pn and Miss Alice lurnam of Jackson Mich have nr ivml and will teach in tho Normal mid Modtl Schools Dupnrtinmit of IIII College the closing of tho Colored school HIH a plonsant occasion Tlio toachcra hisses Molkiiu And Merrill wero Iarmly cotnmundiHl by time Board for xcnlleiit work Tho closing exercises core miccessful fr Titus chair nun of tho Board of Irmm tees male all address Ben a College was rep esentod by inombera of the faculty IIlId several ttudcntu theses Me lain and Merrill roonter college nt the winter term For burns cuts bruises lacora ions or injures of any description iallards Snow Lininont is n overeign remedy It never fails to do rood mural so promptly that its won lorful curative proportion frequently urpriso Price 25 and GO cents F Welch Jr Madison County Tho Panlagraph is in receipt of loud cull from Collego Hill and Waco republicans asking Prof James II WilHou ol College Hill to become n candidate for superintendent of schools of MndiHon county At this term of tho Circuit Court leery Cnrr col was acquitted of tho charge of malicious shooting and wounding and Moso Chambers col way sonltiiicod to a two years term in the penitentiary for stlulillg II horso nail buggy from W B Smith and Don Lutvry was sentenced to the poi teiitiary for 20 years Tho crimo was rape This is Lowrys third trial Mrs Florida Iltrrinli wifo of Steph en D Im fish of Richmond was on Dtc 5 sworn in us n practicing at torney buforo tho court of appeals Mr Pnrrish being n lawyer a double partnership can bo formed Mrs Mary H Grady an aged lady a native of this county mot her death ono day last week by falling from a Hocond floor window of the residence of her daughter Mrs J M Hide of Richmond Sho lived about two hours utter tho full Friday last Alice Harris n saloonkeeper of Richmond stubbed Mr Sam Lucas of Heron traveling sales man for Strider Bros of Louisville Norris was placed under SHOW humid Mrs Fannie Million OS years of ago died Dec 0 nt till homo ol her son Doc Million Tho largo saw mill of tho Southern Lumber Company hituated nt Valley View huts resumed operations after being closed down for four months They employ moro than 100 persons During the last three days of November taxes amounting to snore than 12000 woro paid into tho sheriffs olhco S H B Black u prominent lawyer of liichmond tiled Saturday with typhoid fever- Constipatiou means tho accumula tion of waste mutter that should bo discharged Unity and unless this is dono tho foul matter is absorbed and Hitfonn iho system Use Hurbino to bring about regularity of the bowels Prico cents S E Welch Jr Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keop uptime art of spinning Boron College is finding n market for the products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many somas Wo can pay for wollwovon IInon 40 cents a yard Joans 60 conts llnsoy 50 conts woll matchod bod covorlots 4 to 6 Patent dyos not accepted oldfashioned Indigo pro forrodFor address JOSEPHINE A HonissoN Ilomespuu Exchange Boron Ky- LouiSYillo Nashville R R TimeTable in Effect Sept i Ig- oorlLTral 0 unity Loavo 19 n1I1 Arrive liichmond 1220 n m Arrive Paris 316pm Arrivo Cincinnnti G00p m tJoliiB South Trntii Dnllj- Lenvo Berelll22 p m- Vrrivo Livingston218 p mI J W STEVENS Ticket Aget r EFrirsAOVICt T3 PiTNA6aTr- NU Iln Lllrenl Aa book UowwobtaI bltn DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OOTAINEDFE Nn fee till slcr IChargtocnn ronDdentlal LIer Wu urj Grand Clubbing Offer Magazines Review of Reviews 250 Ikview of Kevlewi muot be a new nub Krl tlou all others new or old McClures 100 Current Literature 300 Success 100I Cosmopolitan 100 The Citizen 50 Home Mainline or IVIerwni will bo ncnt In place of Ci nioH llliin 900 Greetings to New Students TilE CITIZEN holds cut n warm right Lund of wolcomo to every now stu lent Baron looks strange to you today hat it will look homoliko tomorrow Tho old students of the Christian Associations aro doing their best 10I mnko now students feel at home Wo shall bo crowded but hope toI find room in our homes and hearts for all who come ABOUT SELECTING STUDIES Every student should sure a plan If you can only stay in school a very short time it is probably best to take one orI Tin APPRENTICE COURSES which Will fit you to earn money Twenty boys can begin tho course in Carpentry twenty girls can begin tho course in Housekeeping and twenty more tho course in Nursing These girls willI have two hours instruction in housekeeping or Nursing each day and lake such other studios as may beI best for thorn Tho boys in Carpen try do tho same In n short time such students will get enough skill to euI able thom to earn twico as much as they can earn now Thoso who can plan lo stay longer will bo assigned toTILE MODEL SCHOOLS in tho grade where they can learn most rapidly Those who aro moro advanced have completed tho studies of tho Model Schools so that they have or could get a high grade teachers cer liiicnte have a choice between three coursesTHE APPLIED SCIENCE COURSE is tho shortest and tho ono that is best for moet young people It is a two years couiso gives you tho most necessary studies like bookkeeping and United States History and has special studies in farming for tho young men and housekeeping for the young woo won The people who graduate from this course will have the most practi cal training for a successful happy nod ulorulliCc THE NORMAL Counsr is the host for teachers This can be taken in two years by those who hold a first class certificate It includes tho most thorough work in studios necessary for a state certificate and the splon did training of practice teaching Boron has done moro thou any other school for tho puplic schools of Ken tucky and has sent many teachers into other states If you wish to teach and to stand high as a teacher take the Normal Course TimE ACADEMY AND COLLEGE COURSE is time longest and for all who can afford it the best of all This is a two three or four years Academy Course followed by n four years Course in Collego Select your courso and stick to it Perseverance is tho password to sue Doss Quo or two other words of advice gpond n little more money if neces airy tumid get comfortably fixed for study Have a good lamp a quiet room healthful clothing and food And get to work on your studies tho first day The euro for homo iickiioss is hard study And finally dont forget to pray uul dont refuse to sing You are starting on a goodroad If you have soro throat soreness across the back or side or your lungs ieol sore or tender or you aro throat mod with diphtheria or pneumonia apply Ballards Snow Liniment exter nally and use Cousins Honey of Tar 3 E Welch Jr hat Cuuxh Bjrup TutMUooO DM In time s ld br druraUU ISUMPTION I 900 in for only 450 ALL SIX sent to one or sepa rate addresses for 12 months for 460 Address all orders to THE CITIZEN BEREA KENTUCKY iS s iS iS t- dtfPP i7vv z Read Reflect Act i jinterestVVI take effect January r Igoe In order to meet our by Jan Ist it will he necessary for us to do the ncss in our career Our entire stock in this short obligationsI be converted into money and we know of no bring about this result quick tha- nExtraordinary A t Low Pricesrye W I After a careful consideration we concluded to name such Low Prices on every item in our store as will cause people to wonder veryIXSK tfh future Now we know everybody knows that we always have IK I given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall W our stock ofIV fIscourse the early buyers will get the cream of selection and I who grasp the opportunity now will show their good thosei Covington Mitchell Richmond 4 W z7 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky FtHANSONS LIVERY Center Street Art Gallery C I OQQ Proprietor Uptoilute Photos Nothing but tho best finish at the lowest price DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Tlplseu Urildtuc No 65 OQce No 00 WANTRDACTIVK MAN OF GOOl CHAR- acter to d UTUeod Como t ill Kentucky lor old uKh ir nnlictnrlrir wholesale hous- erA9sltar lue Uooedy more than export enoo rur d Onrrlereneoanybank In any FncIoeeelfeddtcedatraped envelop Mauwwraid hoot 331 Dearborn St Chteego BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anrona rending a ekrtch and dNcrtJ may InTentlnn H probably patrntabla free Common an Lion utrtctljrcontldentlaL Handbook on IaUnti lent tree eldet for essnngjatente- Patents taken agency Munn h o receive tfttlal notice without chmrsre In the Scientific American A handiomclr Illnitnted weekly Tareet rtr cuUtlon of any tdentlOo Journal Terms M a ear tour roonths iL Bolilbymll newidealen YqrkDrmoch 207 DO YOU SEE CLEAR I IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON I Jeweler and Optician IMain Street Beta Ky Will scientifically examine your ayes FREE and then for a reasonable charge will fit you with that will enable to see clearly Robinson sells Fine JevehIaud Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him AttentionKentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is tho Parker Jolntless Fountain Pti It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every WARRANTED and can either bo exchanged or money refunded if not satisfactory Write for prices Mail Orders for Books and promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Burea Ky June 29 till J C MORGAN Dental Surgery Offloe Hours Stole AM 1 loS PM National Bank Building Richmond Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel BI adeFile Tnatesl alldISntd ut 212 cent Ktunpi and we will mall you n knife the net ilie ol this picture It hu 2 ami retail generally at 75 ct but to get you to try them we will send you onj for 242 cent itainpi Your wife wants putt of ISIIKAUS We will mall her pair of Inch razor itceUhcurn Ilor eta or 30two ct stamps IWII have au Illustrated Catalogue wo will mall you free If you ask for It Address MAILER ts QUOSII CO ev- AdamStToledo Ohio and mention the Citizen NN N t1Nt1HNN Lowest wig Douglas Bros Latest styles R 3liable MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Caps a Gents Furnishings- We wish to announce to the of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this FALL the most Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual us everything bought here can be relied upon as being the best and the prices as being the lowest Call and see our line before buying elsewhere WEST MAIN spectacles Stationary Douglas Bros 207ISTREET RiobirLond Kv STREET I L ytfinter I Term began yesterday with the largest number of students There is still room for you THE CITIZEN A WEtKrY NEWSlAlKlt mmgA KKNTUCK i FELL FROM A WINDOW Henry iIi drn Vice rnlilrnt er the Nor urL CVulrnl A Ilnd sun Illvrr Itonil lolled Xcv York Dec Henry J Hny den vice president of the New York Central R Hudson Itlvcr railroad jumped or fell from the fourth story window of his residence In this city Friday night nd was killed A window In till fourth storywas open and it Is not known whether Mr Hoyden jumped or tell out of tho window It Is learned that the de ceased was n sufferer from nervous ness and heart trouble Mr Hnyilcn was n director In several other railroads and transporta tion companies- Mr Hayden was subject to attacks of shortness of breath and It Is sup posed that he had beet seized with one of these attacks and had opened thee window to get fresh air When picked up he was fully dress ed and the bodywas yet wnrm His head had been crushed In he having fallen on a flagstone Mr Hoyden was born in New England 02 years ago He was n grad rate of the Harvard class of i9 Dur ing the civil war he was major in the 4th regiment artillery and nt the conclusion of the war joined the regular army Lator he became connected with a western railroad and then with the Boston it New Albany railroad and subsequently with the Chesapeake Ohio Knllroad Co About 20 years ago Mr Hayden be came Acquainted with the Vanderbilt family and soon after was made genera traffic manager of the Xew York Central Hudson lllvrr railroad For the past few years he has been second vice president of that road GAINED HIS POINT Conirllns VnndrrlilltK llflr Agree to thr ApprnUeinrnt of the Kutntr- an Moth n the Itrcelvrr New York Dec SAfter a long delay the heirs of the late Cornelius Vanderbilt have agreed to the up pratecmcnt of the estate ns made by G D Hasbrouck representing the ttato controller This appraisement is 52500000 for the real estate The figures insisted on by the heirs were 4952583090 but Mr Hasbrouck stood firm and has gullied his point In the meantime there was a great speculation ns to what tilt residuary estate would be According to the terms of the will nil that remained after the various bequests had been divided was to go to Alfred Vander but FOR SOUTH AMERICA A dm Knots Ilrcrlvrd Ordrr to San Without Drlny Lrft Snn Ulrica Cat on Saturday San Diego Cal Dec SAdm Kautz received orders Friday afternoon to sail without delay to South America and in accordance with these instruc tions preparations lire now being iv hurriedly made for both the Iowa nnd Philadelphia to leave this port Satur day The cause for this hurry order is not made public but came as n great surprise to Adm Kautz and all naval officers here Orders have been given to put 1000 tons of coal on board the flagship for Lcr cruise south but this was can celed Friday afternoon when only half the order hnd been delivered OVER A CARTOON II Fetal Qunrrrl Ilettvrrn Rev John IVobl unit Attornrjr S D Stakes nt Wllllmimon W Vu on W Vn Dec Gltev ijWllllam a Presbyterian minister S D Stokes quarreled on Wednesday as a result of a car toon illustrating the evil effects of 6jtIle dance used by the minister in a sermon preached last Sunday Wednesday afternoon they met on the streets and n quarrel en sued Callng Stokes n liar Wohl advanced upon him with a drawn revolver A shot was fired seriously wounding Stokes who as he fell drew his revolver end fired on Wohl surILord Holier Hi Ilurhnii Durban Dec GIord Roberts who has arrived here was accorded n tumultuous reception Members of carriagewere profusely and crowd ed to suffocation Numerous addresses were presented to the Held marshal Why KriiBiT Was Snubbed Berlin Dec A Husatlon was causal la tilt rcichstag Friday when Herr Itoesikc ngrnrlnn accused Chan cellor von HiiLIow of deceiving tho I kaiser on thin Transvaal war Itoc sike regretted that the Kaiser hail not received Kurger because It made it certain that his refusal to do so was due to a fear of England Aiiirrltnii HnnU In Itotrrilum Washington Dnq 8An American bank with u capital of about 8000 000 of which u third is paid up been organized in Itottcrdain accord Ing to Vice Consul icucrnl Hammer it Frankfort Germany flue institu lion linn for Its aim the ndviincemcnt of Ainuriceii trade CONGRESS iNSESS1ON Army Reorganization and the Oleomargarine Bills Passed A Itrmiliitlait to Appropriate ae CIO and to Ailmlt exhibit free of Duty to the TVmt Indian Iapositiomi PlIIKCd Washington Dec 5The pro germane of the senate leaders for a business session was taken up In ear progresssns the ship subsidy bill was made the unfinished business of the senate in tend of the Spooner Plilllppmu meas ure and the discussion of it was opened by Mr Frye Me chairman of the commltte on commerce from which tin measure was reported mils on the calendar were passed as follows To authorize the use of depositions before naval courts in certain cases with nn amendment re striating its operation to depositions taken nt the instance of the accused to authorize Captain N M Brooks superintendent of foreign molls to iicccpt the decoration of the ned Ea gle of the third class from the emperor of Germany to authorize limn John D Mclklcjohn to accept a decoration of the first class from the government of Sweden and Norway to encourage the holding of an in terstate and West Indian exposition in Charleston S C in 1901 The measure appropriates 250000 and ad mits exhibits free of duty The session of the house Tuesday was brief The real work began on Wednesday when the house took up the consideration of the army reor ganization bill which Mr Hull the chairman of the committee on mili tary affairs reported Tuesday Washington Dec GWhcn the session of the senate opened Wednes eI1neryators and George P Wctmore from Rhode Island were permltjtlngStates navy to accept decorations from the emperor of Germany Consideration of the ship subsidy bill wns then resumed Mr Frye of Maine concluding his speech begun Tuesday said the amount of subsidy should be no more than 9000000 per year That limit he said was fixed definitely In the bill Washington Dec GIhe house devoted the day to the army reorganization bill which was brought up under a special order adopted at the opening of the session which limited general debate to two hours on a aideWashington Dec 7The house of representatives Thursday nt the end of a long sitting passed the army re organization bill by n vote of ICO to 133 Three democrats Messrs Rail Pa and Underhill and Clayton N- Yoted with the republicans for the bill and Mr Call rep Mass with the democrats against it Oth erwise it was n strict party vote Quite a number of amendments were placed upon the bill before It was IKissed The liveliest fight was made on a substitute offered by Mr Littlefield Me for the canteen sec tlon The substitute absolutely pro hibited the sale of Intoxicants at military posts The senate was in executive ses sion for more than four hours the entire time being devoted to the dis cussion by Senator Morgan of the HayPnuncefote treaty for the abro gation of that portion of the Clayton Bul ver treaty which relates to the Nicaragua canal Washington Dec SThe house Friday passed the Grout oleomargar ine bill by n vote of lOG to 02 The substitute offered by the minority committee on agriculture which im posed additional restrictions on the sale of oleomargarine to prevent its fraudulent sale as butter end in creased the penalties for violators was defeated by a rote of 113 to ITS The bill as passed makes oil ar butIterlnecheese transported into any state or territory for consumption or sale subject to the pollee power of such state or territory but prevents any state or territory from forbidding the transportation or sale of such uct when produced and sold free romI coloration in imitation of butter The bill increases the tux on oleomargar ine colored in imitation of butter front 2 to 10 cents per pound and decreases the tax on oleomargarine un colored from 2 cents to i of a cent per pound A bill was introduced to bring federal prohibition of abolltIRepresentative Taylor of Ohio No business of importance transacted In the senate Friday in open session Practically the entire legislative day was consumed by an executive session Xaw Western ItulMvny Santa Fe N M Dec 8Tie Santa 1e Albuquerque Pacific Hallway Co Friday filed incorporation papers One hundred anti fifty nines of road is to be constructed front Santa Fo to Albuquerque correcting with the Denver UIo Grande at San Pedro Condition tif the Treasury Washington Doc 8 Fridays state ment of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the 150 000000 gold reserve in the division of redemption shows Available cash balance n7J0l3S gold 70SOJ283 SIMPLE HAY RACK It Can lie fluid at Small Uxprnir and In ltasllr Stored Awnr when ot In fur The hayrack illustrated herewith le for use on n common high farm wagon Side sills nre two pieces two by four Inches by 14 feet for u low wagon two by six inches Is better To these attach four strips 1e by 3 Inches oti bottom edge by means of halfInch bolts run ning through the semicircular nrms 2ii by 3 Inches Two pieces of one hyI four are laid on both ends of arms and bolted on so that the hind wheels can operate between and up through them To make nn arch a or b over hind wheels three pieces of wood or Iron IIOME MADE HAY RACK bent in form of n half circle or two strips cut with nn elongated circle and bolted to the one by four Inch strips nUll covered with short pieces of thin boards keep hay or grain from coming in contact with wheels The front guard or standard should be fastened to side sills by means of n full length rod and just back of front arm and at tached so as to be raised up or down The stakes nt rear end fastened In sonic manner This renders It more convenient to store away under some low shied when not In usen Logan in Farm and liana- EXPENSE OF HAULING la fear Jersey It hips llrrn Reduced to n Minimum by the llalldlne ur Stone ItnntU- Kegardlng the making of stone roads the question is frequently asked wheth er the Increased taxation docs not amount to more than the advantages gained State Commissioner Build of theIlonstruetlon market wins so great that farmers where possible found it much cheaper to send bycar or boat But now they ore purchasing broad tread wagons which carry from 130 to 225 flve eighths bushel baskets of vegetables and fruits while before they only carried from 30 to 50 baskets and are returning with from three to fiveton loads of manure On the ferry lending to the Philadel phia markets this year the passage of 2410 teams per daywas counted car eying from three to five tons on each load Stone roads place the fanners tiniest at the door of the consumer saving zanily Intermediates nil of whom ore forced to have a profit lilt In creased loads the cavlngln transporta tlon the dispensing with the commis sion man and the delivering of the produce to the grocer or consumers doors have resulted in saving to the In dividual farmer turns ranging from ten to twenty dollars on each load WIDE TIRES NEEDED They Make Travel More Pleasant and Oo ot Ilritrdy the Surfaces of lloadi We frequently huve pointed out in these columns the injury to public roads resulting from the use upon them of narrowtired vehicles particularly heavy farm wagons of great bur den It has been proven that wide UrN HUNTING THE ROADS BOTTOM make draft lighter and travel more rapid and at the sonic time maintain a uniform evenness and smoothness of the roads surface which at once marks them ns public benefactors Note In the accompanying illustration the narrow tires hunting the bottom of the earth forming ruts that will make travel rough and disagreeable for weeks and weeks Wide tires should come Into general use on country roads nnd no heavy farm wagon without them should be driven upon any thor oughfare when the groundIs saturated with water or after heavy rains Formers Voice- Wheelmen Urge Road Tax The Michigan division of the League of American Wheelmen Is preparing n bill for Introduction In the legislature providing for a road poll tax It will provide that every ablebodied man in the state between and Inclusive of the ages of 21 and shall pay this tax and the receipts will be used to build nnd repair roads In the county In which it Is collected anti where the petition ers for such roads will agree to pay their whole road tax In cash instead of work The plan has received satis factory approval llotr to Kconomlsc Inbiir When too much land cultivated the farmer Is compelled to slight his crops to a certain extent and what he gains In area cultivated he loses In yield It will be more profitable to cultivate onyas much land as can be given care till attention The manure that Is suf ficient for a small field and which would increase the yield will gfvehut little benefit on a large surface Small farms permit of greater ccanemyof labor and can be made more fertile every year AN OLD SAND CLOCK It Dkrd lo Mark Time In Olden Time llcfore Clucks and Wnlclirn- Ilinl llrrn Invmlrd It IB verycosy for us who have watches nnd clocks to tell the time of tiny or to note the passage of the min utes but In the olden time before the Invention of clocks and watches there were others just ns Important to their owners If not quite ns accurate nil ours At first the nncicntH lint sundials by which It wits easy to tell the hour of the tiny by the shadow that they cast In the night time this was Impossible amid so water clocks anti sand clocks were Invented The water clock was nothing more than n vessel of water rAN OM SAND CLOCK with n small hole In the bottom through which the water leaked away Au upright rod In the vessel wns marked by time hours registered on the sun dlnl In such n wny that as the water llowed out the figures remaining above water showed how many hours hnd passed since it was tilled Hut this was rather Inconvenient for time ves sal had to be refilled every day and it wns rather n dump clock nt best not well adapted to stand on the mantel piece Working on the principle used In It of reckoning the time by the amount of space left empty the Iden of using wind the most fluid of solids was reached This was not allowed to run away but merely pnssed through n minute hole from one glass to the other In the National museum of Germany Is one of the oldest of these sand clocks dating from time year 1000 It was Intended to mark each quarter of the hour for on the first hour glass the figure one quarter showed that when nil of Its wind had passed down ward 15 minutes were past The second was marked twofour It was n halfhour glass Tine third was marked threefour making time last n real hourglass All the difference between the four glasses lies In the nniount of sand being Incrcnsed by the amount In the first one In each succeeding glallSCln cinnati Commercial Tribune o Store Inlrrrupllon A clergyman who hail been annoyed during him sermon by whisperings anti movements stopped abruptly and said Some time ago while delivering my sermon I wns frequently Interrupted by a man who gesticulated moved about and whispered to his neighbors and nt last I addressed to him n sharp reprimand for his unseemly conduct When the service was over my clerk asked if I was Ignorant of the fact that the person addressed was an idiot I have since then always hesitated to reprlnfand any of my congregation for interrupting me for fear that may be addressing an Idiot who Is not re sponsible for his actions Silence reigned throughout the remainder of that sermon The Joke Was on nona Roots is the name the students gave to the Greek professor lie is very sharp and prides himself on detecting time boys who crib examinations Time other day he thought he caught n stu dent sure He saw him take out hula watch and look at It Hoots sneaked up the aisle and caught the student at hits watch ngaln He saw a slip of paper In aide the case So he marched the stu dent up to the desk Sir snld he you hnve been using n crib The student denied It lintel me your watch The student did so Hoots took out the paper triumphantly and read on It the one word Fooled TYE THE ELEPHANT Once tie Oat Very Autr nnil Irrll- rnrl Klllrl ilia Mnntrr tiy ii len IswPIKmat It has been estimated that there arc about 40000 muscles In the elephants trunk nml their strength Is well Illus trated by the iiinount they win tnovc with case When uu athlete wishes to skew the development to which he hns nttnlncd he performs BOIIIO rat that brings Into prominence the muscle of which he la MI proud In like innuncr Tyo In ids present position shows IIH how largo mid ropelike those 40000 muscles III Ids trunk have become by exercise Ills driver or nmhoiit was In time luiblt when Tycs movements began to be very slow nit though he had rhcniniitism In nil his joints of giving him a little jaggery n course prcpnm tlott of sugar laud It was astonishing how quickly his joints timbered and his movements quickened One day the supply of jaggery gave out with yet a number of logs to he lifted nnd Instend of Hwcotmcnta Tye received only blows mid prods mud tall twist lags to quicken Ida lugging footsteps Ho wns greatly IncciiMd lie kept on with Imla work until time other elephants and their Minuter lint gone home The river of Vygnh beside who o waters Tyo nnd Ids Minster were working was very low Deep mind mnde walking with a heavy load exceedingly tlrtI tome lye hind n heavy piece of timber In his trunk nail Ids muster wall grow- Ing crosser more abusive when suddenly dropping Ids load Tye mode n vicious attack on his oppressor He knocked the mnhout down with Ids trunk nnd then stamped on him with hum two fore feet Then an fnst ns Ids heavy clumsy legs would curry him he sped on the- nnll toward Inwimnll the nearest town lye hind not gone far before quite n number of natives were In pur suit Among them wns n young native so strong so agile and no quickwitted that catching hold of Tycs tall he TYB AT won worked himself up on time nnlmals back nnd gained control of the reared and by this time repentant elephant There were those who recognized where Tye bclongetl nnd In driving back to hula village who should meet them on the way but Tyes old mis ter The deep sand had prevented his being crushed by Tyes heavy feet Kveryone expressed great surprise nnd delight nt this wonderful escape And no one appeared more joyful than Tyo for elephants nlthough they get very angry and do very vicious timings to those who offend them soon forget their animosity nnd resume their usual quiet docile demeanor Alice M Muz zy In Farm and Home Lincolns Amuilnc llrnorl Some years before he become presi dent a firm applied to Abraham Lin coin for Information as to time financial standing of one of Ids neighbor Mr Lincoln reputed ns follows Yours of tho tenth Inst received I nm well ac quainted with Mr X and know hula circumstances First of nil he has n wife and baby together they ought to be worth 50000 Secondly he has an office In which there III n tnble worth one nnd n half dollars and three chain worth say one dollar last of nip there is In one corner a large hat hole which will bear looking Into Respect fully yours A Lincoln We lope that the report proved satisfactory lllKKrif hell In the World The greatest bell In time world Is In nn edifice before the great temple of Iluddha of Tokyo It weighs 1700000 pounds mind Is tour times greater than the great bell of Moscow whose circumference at the rim isnearly OS feet and whose height Is SI feet ONLY SHEEP TEAM IN THE UNITED STATES Till picture which wo take from Lelloe Weekly shows Miss Clementine Ilapklltro snd her unusual turnout drawn by lamb The team Is nutlo unique being the only iheep team In the country and has caused no little sensation In the town of Corinna Me where lion II II nackllffe lion of tho chief citizens The pole lambs are two years old and urn Canadian Iambs of mixed black anti whltr The lead lamb It let lilac and rimes from Nova 8rutla Their name are Shsily Shabby and flhortily They ifien trnvj five mile sr hour r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leesoum In tltr Inlrriinlliiinl Srrlra f MiiTiiilirr 1111111111111- tb Inlillriin IM mr0 b II Lcntnston1 THIS lt140N THNT tVf j a OuKf ltfl10 JAnti Jisus tnuivil mill turned through Jrrlclio iP 1 And lifliuld there was n mnn najfTtil racchnrus which warn the elder numrielths tiIwu anti could nut fur thus iris bectfath- ue was little tit tdaturd upIntoWas to teen that wry placeliehim Zaccheii make hAlt and corn tinyhouseJtiiA he ttiadr Imite nnd came dewn JoyfullyT they nil mur murrd suylutr That lie was guns Is bo guest with n mun that U a slrnvr- Ami Zsrrhneus stood and wild unto time Lord lUhold Lord the built of my guards give to tig joor and If I huvu taken iin ihlnic from any moan uy fats ac cufitlun I rrnture him fcurloiil dayIsn he olio In a sun of Abraham IP Ior the Son of man Is vnnxi to neck and to save ihut which ass host il1Iti IUVIII Nun of a Is come lo rrk mill lo srtwr Hun ttMobwas liml luUr IIHIO- NOTKH AND COMMKNTH- No Intervening cvcnU between last lesson and this tire recorded In time Uoiprl The time is toward tin end of March A Dand time puce Jurluho IKSHON ANALYMIK 11HoundJmius Calls to Zarvhtus V ti truntiVISalvationTh Mllonof Jrusun Itartn119Za- oeheus the tutuOar of tilt nota ble things about this Itsoim the fact that In M brief a sure la so vain plite a deicrlption given of ono of the storys principal ckHrneturlfUlc More thiiiKs arc told about time moan nroheua thnn we would at first think possible to bo crowded Into the limit Of ten short verses I lie n lew for Jesus inentloni v u Unit he was a on of Abrahiun I lie was a citizen of the city of Jericho for It was there that Jesus ataycti In hit lionic 3 He was pubUrnn or wo would ray n taxjrmhiT H He war before nirrlliiK with Irsas no excep lion to the general nut nf taxgnther crs thnt U In tit way of rapacity amid extortion We know till from time fact that when lie rrH ntrd ho promlird to restore fourfold to those nnythingbywealth was honcolly anulrpil or ho could not have restored foitrfiild 3 He was rich both from what hr had rightfully earned and wrongfully ex torted 6 lit was n lender by astute and disposition for w t our told thnt he wns n chief publican T Ho wns short of stature S 1k was insistent and determined We could Infer this from time material success which he hud nrhleicd but It Is shown in the wanner by which tin seeingJesus joyfullyleen n pore than ordinarily generous disposition In fact n gootl fellow He did not hnve to restore fourfold to overcharged11any with paying merely the amount wrongfully tnkeii adding only time accumulated Interest Ilound to See JrsusHe had hrnrd of Jesus probably during nun or Ins of the Mnstirs three years of publto ministry He must hnve hrnrd of some at least of time wonderful mlr t aches performrd Hr must have hrnrd I prrnchingof some of the illsputcs with the phnrfiVeH In which every time time latter had retired bnflled defeated He wanted to see Jesus limit bring shorter thnn the crowd he hnd to sac rifice hats dignity and cllnib Into a tree Where there n will theres- a wayComitemptuoumltlitude uf the Thar icsContrnst Jesus npru hearted way In which Jesus hail entered Into time home of this mnn tad tin small mean manner of the plcirsrr who stood aloof and lniiniiiirt Nt Jrsua having gone to brgncHt with n man thnt is a sinner Thin wt only nn other proof nf their ariluilyhtcoiiR ness bigotry Xnccheiti Ucpentnnec Xaechous faced the Christ life nnd t hi asnlcnllunar he found hlirvclf mnpiUcd to choose between sin Mini rlirMcoisiiiUK- Xncchcus Piilvnllon ImiiN eon mended CnccheiiH for turn land ho hnd pinetseeapubHeao7acchrus lend done He wmu n Jev but more than thin ho hail man butane n von phariseeshaulTin Mission of rniu Hut JOMIH n further reason for with Kiich men Xucch muasoeintingI agback I mini life to serlc and to save that which was lost e Ig nml thistle Meckiiciis with Clod lends to might with men IReligion Is not n srhrtiir gctg iotf 1 crops from pour sowing w II Is 0111all long as that tin shlnts on thins world tint it Is rail Hindrances me the evi uavndlng rungs In the hiddir find u krn fur vs When there it iitnNliInc in the tlJul there will be flowery and ilt I time life Unly the mm who van any All my tsprings In Ihec vat t through the dr1 uuJ thirsty land uallorn I JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore YVinthrops Great Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West e CI1A1TEK II Continued Ir jSome Ilkca It says lllrlulI hut oontItg all er corn Into uperlt But I reckon Uiar ken bo stuff rondo out er grapes whatll mnko all ovvdoors stun round prlelltllWhatnlnt uioreii half men nohow limn goan to pliinl n wlneynnl cr my own nnd lore you cum out to buy nuothc quartz mine Ill hcv some of titer fctryohninc whatll wax Bitrbon Coun iya much n our Inynnx hero ken wax them lowlived smellers what they grow to old PJke- CHAPTKU III THi HOHSK Hector of Troy Homers Hector was my first hero of literature Not because he loml his wlfo nod IIhu him an I fnney lml noblo wives and htiftbandn lore in tlie lines of trial nowt but pimply because 4io was one tint could mailer the horse A 8 MMIII u1 know llfttbtr I Illgin to emulate blin My boyish experi ment wore on donkeys anil fulled couldnt wtillup nu 0 no no That WMS my dlltlciilty lad I hilt met nu Innocent nnd docile donkey In his downy years Akin only tin pervert donkey briMly and incur rigible vane under my tutorship I was too liiinmiic to give Mill stlcl enough nnd MI lie mastered me Home learned to govern by tlu law of Km Tim relation of friend ship ouec nt 1llicd IHWC II tutu nnd horse thorc In no trouble A itiiUur nn Imaginary ere lucre with l18rtlikeWhither the hnr at tho will of Ills hotter half duo hit Inuit to gc Chlthrr I HOHIIIP wry early n horeinah nut tiy force but by Mn inM All lower boing ficndltfh beings apartuate11 npitjlt by reach cry neck the society of tin higher an limn by nature love Gtxl HuNt will du nil they know for men It man will only let them All they need UR ullgiit lint tn Jielp theli 11113 willing brain and they datoh with nnlor at their tuulties ttf gal loping u mile n minute or twenty mlla nn hour or of leaping n gully or pulling tonnage They put nt much rrcklris hrnkncek frenzy In thelt ottunipt to plvwir sikl obey the roynl jKrxonage on Hielr buck that hi nettin to bo brave Indeed to go thor oughly with him The finer the horn the more del luote 1jif magnetism between Mill und man Knight nnd his uteri have tan affinity for iaoh other fancied that Uerrll1l1a black after our inn 11181 friendly recognition on time prulrle would like in bettor as our Intimacy grew After hobnobbing with crocked L tumbler of the MlMiou Dolores wine i lerrlnn nnd I mounted our mustang inn rode toward the corral All ulMiut on tie broad lopm the runehero eoiintlesH rittlo were feed lug It was n utrlnrchil acne The local putrlnrvh In u irtl flannel shirt purpletl by sun and shower in old bukkiiklu brewrtie with the fringe worn unity and ilrcliiintn slung Its files wlicncrer n thong was wanted I in rcdloppoil boots with the makers none Abel Cushlng Lynn Mass atunijxxl In gilt loiters on the reel ill inch cost nuur the local patriarch hardly rvoalleil those turbaned nntl white robed chiefs of yore Abraham and his Utae limit lie rrpresc ted tilt same period of history modern ized and the same type of iiinn Amrr icnnlml amid L have no doubt his posterity will turn out better thai AbrahinV Tito cnt tie wu u per eil away from UK wo ruth molly less wild than the luillnliivH on IM Platte Wheiitver er roue oil the crest of n hillock we could set scveml thotimiml of the little tierce btm11nekstine rolllug musmy in flight in black brtxiilth JiKi u Hhakcu carpet same fiUuidlug in little groups like Held ollleers at u review wu tolling the inovemviitH IIK squadron after ouadroii anno and 1weuut over the scone some nil arbi t niton flllll spectators surrounding u pair of champion hulls butting and lnllowlng In mini amphitheatre nninng the MIll of land tell you whnl It In stranger wild lerrlnn halting and looking proudly over time hiiidscaH I wouldnt wop my place with iuneral 1rice st this White House Hhould think not soil I bill t iuk lire bettor than oflice seekerstF It was n grand wimple erne All a open country north nnd xoutli IIH tar nfl tho eye could see Kastwurd rose the noblo blue barrier of tie SI 1crru with hero oml there field a ti J olopr n spot or n pinnacle of time COIIJnow 4lmt namcH It Nevada A Intul cnpo of larger feeling that any we- neco shay In the old utatow on the A Ime side of the continent Those ilgnruus mountain outlines on time l Hiiir liorkon utterly dwarf till our r wooded hlllH Allcgheniei tinens IIllfhtfneeds be n loftier race than nil this r land Jhnn yet known 1ut cheap s tyiuH of mankind within time influence of the sublimities and they are t expandrp poult like one of rime T uoiuas of Ore ROil Is a terrible monitor over u loud but it is also n benignant sovereign n presence n calm solemn yet not without a cheering nnd jubilant splendor A range of hurl pcremp tory mountain like time Sierra 2fc vudu InslstM taking thought svvny from the grovelling flats where mci do their grubbing for time bread of dally life and up 4o the master heights whither In all ages seers have gone to be nearer mystery cud God It was late August All the tall grass and wild oats and barley over lift level cold hollow were ripe yet low or warm brown a golden inantl over tho golden soil There were hut two colors In the simple broad pic tureclear deep Hclntlllatlng blue ill the sky mulling blue In time mount ulna and all till earth n golden mirg lagsooItli bigger country n old 1ikt or MisHourer nnywhur says Qvrrlan giving Ids curwolyow the spur Id rather hcv tflils even ef the shakes wnz hero Iiuilld of door nod Jmvlii their grab roglur twlcct u tiny all the year round As we rode on our pontes half hid den In time dry rtmtlliig gniM of u hollow n tramp of hoofs came to ilK with time wind u thrilling sound with something free mill vigorous In it that time dinrge of trailed wpiia mils never ins Thar they cornel erkxl Oerrinni thnrn a regiment wiilh swing They cant Khow you n sight like that to time old states Xo Indeed The heat thing to III hoped for there In the anyof stum pedo Is when a horse kicks throng u dashhoard kills n conolinmn slot t srs n earring dksipates a load of wonion mat children and goes tear Ing down a turnpike with sold to an oninlbim awaiting Limit nt the end of hU ruimwny Wo hnltvil to loss the votulng army of riilerlcM stcmls In review Thwre they came Oorrlnns whole band of horses In full curoor lirnt their heads suddenly lifted above n erect of tho prairie then they burst oter like time foam and spray of a black stormy tare when n blast atrlkis It nnd wildly swopt by us with luanen and tails flaring In the wind It was mngnlflcent My ilionrt of u horseman leaped in my breast Hur I crud- llurralmt hll said Oorrfan The herd dashed by In a huddle making forthe corral Just baiilnd aloof from time rush mill scamper of Ills less noblo broth men cnmo time bkick toy purchase myold friend Kf you ever rIle or bock that our wolyow wiytt icrrlau Ill eel n six hooter and copped Voud bettor begin tlien at once 4111IIt wits grand to sue n horse that un deratootl mid rc pected liltusolf so purfectly One tool that meant the world dliould know tIM he was the very ehlofost uhlof of his race proud with the blood of a thouhnnd kings How niHHlcrly he looked ilea mr tnmalily ho ttllllC1 The herd ins galloping furiously Ho disdained to broiik Into a gallop He trotted miter n hundred fort Wlilnd the hind most with large mind liberal action And own at this half speed easily overtaking Ills slower comrades lu from time to time paused bounded In thr air toMed his head flung out his legs and strode on cgaln writhing rill user with Niipprcmctl power There wuu not n white sJktt upon him except where n fluke of foam from hula indignant nostril lied oaughl upon his tlauk A thoroughbred horse with time perfect toll und silky mane of n noble rare Ills coat guts tened ns If the best groom In England mind just given 1iiiu till ilnol toudie of ids tolldtto fur u onnter in Rotten low Hut It seems a sin to compare buck n free rover of the prairie with any len fond brother who needs n groom and has felt f iurryeomb Hen nftor the rldrrh m horses came Jnsr time vnn itiro en u fast inns tnng An ho rode ho whirled his lassc wrllllI halt tug still to turret anti turned book MH hnad roiiUinptuouHly nt hU pursuer lIoxiiiiK may ohasc their till JlCml1I and break their spirit by bniiilitv but an American horse no more to bo touched by III Mexican than an American man Bah make your cast Dont trifle with your latmol I challenge youth Jerk away Senor Greaser I give Ol- llIIt fair u chance nn you could wish So the black seemed to say with provoking backward glance amid whinny of dlmlaln lose took thp hint He dug cruel spur Into Ms horse The mustang leaped forward The black gave a tearing bound old quickened his pace hunt still waited time will of hula pursuer Tliiy were just Ulan MS vlinnttl and dinner thundering down time slope when tho rnniutcro checking his wrist nt time turn Hung Ills lasso straight as rn arrow for time blacks head I could hear the hide type slug through the summer air for a mo meat breoeleRS Will he be taken Will horse or nun victor The loopof the lasso opened like n loop It hung poised fur one instant n few feet before time horses head vibrating in the air keeping Its circle perfect waiting for time vdiupicroH pull to tighten about that- 111Itlutlncck amid those swelling should Hurrah Through It went the black With one brave bound he dashed through the open loop He touched ygpiM only to spurn its vain assault wIth his hindmost hoof Hurrah 1 cried Hurrah Hid shouted derrlan lose dragged in hit spurned lasso The black with elated lend and hill waving like a banner sprang for freed closed in with the coballada they parted for hU passage he took his leadership nnd presently teas lost with his suite over the swells of the prairie Alucho mallcho cried Gerrlun to Toll not mowing that Lila California Spanish was interpreting Hamlet He ought to hev druv em ntrulglrt to corral But dont lent MI sharp kd on lettln you her that black utter that shine Iteghir circus Youll never ride him allowln heu cololnd no inoren youll ride a alliKlItllrIMeantime loping on we had come in sight of time corral There to our great surprise the whole band of horses had voluntarily entered They were putting their heads togetliM nn the manner of social horses and going through kissing maiioeuveni In little knots which presently wore broken up by the heels of somo Ill mannered or jealoim brat her limey- were very probably discussing tie blacks nut of lion iinannblp- Wu rode up and fastened our horses The bhiek wan within the corral pining time ground neighing atom whinnying JIlt companions lcpt nt n respectful distant Dont send in logo wild to ierrlmi Only lot hint keep oh the hore so that I shall not bo kicked anti will try my land at the black alone Ill hev eat nil turned out except rhitt black devil and tJion you ken go In and Kike your own risk with him Akkee Jose contlliuexl ttlrnll chord fwnrur tothusl Dsyher bet drove the herd out of tin stoked oiielisure The black JI1lowIll- no special disposition tn follow He trotted about nt ids ease Mnttlllng at the stakes and bam entered alone Presently he begun to repeat the scene of tier first meeting on the prairie It not many minutes before wo were good friends Ho would behr my musses nnd my arm about his neck and that was nil for on hour At lout after n good hours work I persuaded him to accept n halter Then by gentle sodtietlonn I Induced him to start and accompany me homeward ietrlmi and till Mexican looked on In great wonderment Irnps that In the best traysaid time modern jMitrlurch of a tau hung got jmtloner Looker here triinger amongII confessed In want of cx erence- Wfll you rill le when your time lOIIItIinllow11 from seeing you handle that thar hosx that you had got your hand In on women they In till WMint devils to tome I ever seed I hnd made my nrrangeniontK to start about the lint of Septruibor with the Hacmmcnlo mailridorx n brace if jolly dogs brave follows who with their Hcaljwi an well fl curotl an might be ran Hie gauntlet tttcry alternate month to Salt Luke Platt wan long before the days of conches No Pony express was dream ed of A trip across the plaints with out escort or caravan hull htlll MOIIIQ elements of heroism if It have not today Meantime one of my ardent purl tiers from San Iraucisco iirrlvo to take my place at the mine I dont think tlmt quartz looks quite goldy as it did nt a distance Mild old Oerrlun who had come over to take possession of Ms tthare of our bargain it Is whltern Its yeller It does look aliout IIR bud off fur slum nn the cellar of an Indiana bank lint I bleeve in liuk and luck Is oliuz coniin at mevitit lit bold down and both eyes shot 1111 gonn to tJiovo bullocks down this hero hole or time price of bullixks until make it pay And It U n feet that by the aid uf lorrinnV capital and Improved mod ern machinery after a long struggle the 1iilano urine hall begun to yield a sober pilot trout My wooing of the black occupied all my leisure luring my last few days Every day a circle of Pikes colloetetl to see my management I hope tiny tool lessons In the law of kIndtuKs The horse was well known throughout the country and my bargain with Gerrlnn wax noituil abroad limo black would tolerate no ono but me With me he established an close n brotherhood ns can be between man nnd bcnsr He gave me to understand by playful protest that It mitts Rudy by his good pleasure that was permitted on his back nnd that he endured saddle and bridle as to spur and whip they were not thought of byeither He did not obey but consented I exercised no control We were of one mind We became a Centaur 1 loved that horse as I have IowA nothing else yet ex wept the other personages with whom and for whom he acted in this history I named him Don Iuhino had put my mine Into him He represented to mo time whole visible tangible result of two long worka day years dragged out in that dreary spot among the Pikes with nothing in view except barren hillsides rav aged by mines and the unbcnutiful shuntles of miners as rough as the landscape To be continued All the conductors of the Brookfield Mass trolley line have been appointed special ofllcers rr rt ada5r i WCWfa 4 s CROSSING THE FERRY Dr Talmage Tells of Davids Pas sage Over the Jordan lie Draws n Leas4n of Comfort and lIuplrulnr lo All Undi Clill- Uren Tlir Frrry lo- llrnvrn Copyright 1900 by Louis Klopsch From an unnoticed incident of olden time Dr Tulmage in this discourse draws sums comforting and rapturous lessons The text is 2 Samuel 191t And there went over a ferryboat to carry over the kings household Which of the crowd Is the king That short man Bunburnt and in fa tigue dress It is David the exiled king He has defeated his enemies nail Is now going home to resume his palace Good I always like to see David cOllie out ahead But between him and his home there is the celebrated rivet Jordan which lint to be passed The king accompanied to the batik of the river by an aristocratic old gentleman of years Darzlllal by name who owned a line country seat at Iloge llm Besides that David has his faulty with him But how small they get across the river While they are stand lug there I sec n ferryboat coming from the other side and as It cuts through tin water see the titers of David and his household brighten up at the thought of so soon getting home No sooner has the ferryboat struck the shore than David and his family and his old friend Itarlllni from llogellm get nn board the boat Hither with sploshing ours at the hide or with one oar tculling at the stern of the boat they lease the eastern bank of the Jor dun and start for the western batik That western batik is black with crowds of people who are waving and shouting at time approach nf the king and hula family Tin military are all out Some of those who hnvo been Davids worst enemies now shout until they are hoarse at his return Ne sooner has the hoot struck the shore on the western tide than the earthquakes and the heavens ring with cheers of welcome and congratulation David and his family nail Hurzlllai from Itogellin step ashore King David asks mils old friend to go with him and live at time palace but llnrzlllal apolo gazes and Intimates that he Is infirm with age anti too deaf to appreciate the music mind has a delicate appetite that would soon be cloyed with lux urious living and so he begs that David would let him go back to his country sent postdenthad just been to Washington to see his son In the white house and he told tnc of the wonderful things that occurred there and of what Daniel Webster said to him but he declared I was glad goingmyhousechurch service was over and we went home some one In the house asked time aged man how he enjoyed the service Well lie replied enjoyed the ser ice but there were too many people there for me It troubled my lend very much The fact Is that old peo Bingllavidfore to go to the palace the probability is that Harzillni would have gone but numlhJin vogue yet where two brothers part awayfromtiingDavidthe ferryboat parted forever This river Jordan In all ages and synchotand Heaven Yet when on a former oc oaslon preached to you about the Jordanlc passage have no doubt that some of you despomllngly stilt The Lord might love divided Jordan fur Joshua limit not for poor me Cheer up I want to show you that timer In throllghItover a ferryboat to carry over the kinds household All our cities are familiar with the ferryboat It goes from San Francisco to Oakland nail from Liverpool to Itlrkenhead anti twice every secular day of the week multitudes are on the ferryboats of our great cities MI that you will need to hunt up a classical dic tionary to flail out what I mean while am specking to you about the passage of David and his randy across the river Jordan My subject In the first place impresses me with the fact that when we cross over from this world to time next the boat will have to come from the other side The tribe of Judah we tire informed sent this ferryboat across to get David and his household I stand on the eastern side of the river Jor dan and I Hnd no shipping at all butt while I am standing there I see n boat plowing through the river and as I hear the swirl of the waters and time boat comes to the eastern side of the Jordan and David and his family and his old friend step on that boat I am mightily Impressed with the fact tint when we cross over from this world to the next the boat will have to count from the opposite shore A guide at Niagara falls said to me Do you see that rock down in the rapids I said Yes Well he said some years ago a man got into the rapids and floated down until he came to that rock and he clutched that and held on We sent five life boats at different times out to him splintersAfterbut ho could not eat it He seemed to have no appetite He wanted to get ashore and the poor fellow held on and held on and with a shriek louder than the thunder of the cataract he went over When a man puts out from the shore of this world on the river of Death In a boat of Ma own r construction he huts worse disaster than that shipwreck eternal ship wreckBlessed be In boat com lIntuJlorta11tlollother shore everything about this Gospel from the other shore pardon from the other shore mercy from the other shore pity from the other shore ministry of angels from the other shore power to work miracles from the other shore Jesus Christ from the other shore Tills Is a fllithI ful saying and worthy of nil tion that Christ Jetmn came into the world to sure sinners and from a foreign shore I see the ferryboat coin- Ing and it rolls with the surges of n Saviours suffering but as it strikes the earth the mountains rock and the dead adjust their apparel so that they may be fit to come out That boat touches the earth and glorious Thomas Walsh gets Into it in his ex tiring moment saying He huts cornel Ho has come My Related it mite and I am Ills Good Sarah Wesley got into that bout and as she shoved off from the shore she cried Open the gates Open the gates 1 bless God that as the boat came from the other shore to take David and his men across so when we are about to die the bout will come from the same direction God forbid that I should ever trust to anything that starts from this tilde Again my subject suggests that when we cross over at the last the King will be nn hoard the boat Ship carpentry in Bible times was In Itt Infancy The boats were not skill fully itiaiK and can very easily 1m agine that the women and the chil dren of the Kings household might have been nervous about going on that boat afraid that the oarsman or the helmsman might give out and that time bunt nln Lu iur id on llit rocksns sometimes boats were dashed in the Jordanr lner twee Imagined the beat xtuig uit far log and they crying out Oh wo mire going to he lost We are going down Not so Time ling was on board the boat and those women and children anti all the household of the king knew that eVer care was taken to have the king the head of the em pire pass in safety Now I want to break up a delusion in your mind and that Is this When our friends go out of this world we feel sorry for them because they have to go alone and parents hold on to the hands of their children who are dying and hold on to something of tin impression that the moment they let go the little one will be in the darkness and in the boat all alone Oh the parent says If I could only go with my child I would be willing to die half n dozen times I am afraid she will be lost In the woods or In time darkness I am afraid she will be very much frightened in the boat all atone I break up tin delusion When a soul goes to leaven it does not go alone the King Is on board the boat Wilt Paul alone In the rot extremity Hear the shout of the sacred missionary III he cries out am now Beady to be offered and the time of my departure is at hand Was John Wesley alone In the last extremity No Hear him say Best of all God is with us Was Sir William Forbes alone in time last ex tremity No Hear him say to hIs friends Tell all thq people who lire coming down to the bed of death from my experience It has no terrors Oh say n great many people that does very well for distinguished Chris bans but for me a common man for me a common women we cant ex pert that guidance and help If should give you n passage of Scripture that would promise to you positively when you are crossing the river tc the next world the King would be in the boat would you believe the prom ise Oheti you say I would Here is time promise When thou passest through the waters I will with tine and througK the rivers they shall not overflow thee Christ at the sick pillow to take ths soul out of the body Christ to help the soul down time bank Into the boat Christ midstream Christ on the other side to help the soul up the beach Be comforted about your departed friends Be comforted about your own demise when the time shall come Tell It to all the people under the sun that no Christian ever dies alone the King Is in the boat Again my text suggests that lean lag this world for Heaven is only crossing a ferry Dr Shaw estimates the average width of the Jordan to be about 10 yards What so narrow 1lS There went over a ferryboat to carry time kings household Yes ing to Heaven is only a short triponly II ferry It may be so miles that Is SO years before we get to the wet bank on the other side but the crossing is short I will tell you the whole secret It is not live minutes across nor three nor two nor one minute It is instantaneous trans portation People talk as though leaving this life the Christian went plunging and floundering and swim ming to crawl up exhausted bn the other shore and to be pulled out of the pelting surf as by a Kamsgate lifeboat No such thing It is only a ferry It Is so narrow that we can hall each other from bank to bank It Is only four arms lengths across Time arm of earthly farewell put out from this side the arm of Heavenly welcome put out from the other side while the dying Christian standing midstream stretches out ills arms the one to take the farewell of earth anti the other to take the greeting of Heaven That makes four arms lengths across the river Blessed be God that when we leave this world we are not to have a great and perilous enterprise of getting into Heaven Not a dangerous Franklin expedition to find the northwest passage among Icebergs Only a ferry That accounts for something you have never been able to understand You never supposed that very nervous and timid Christian people could be so unexcited anti placid In the lust hour The feet Is theywere clear down on the hank and theysaw there was nothing frightened about Such a short tiltttunee only a ferry With out ear they heard time funeral psalm In their taro ory and with the other ear they heardithe song of Heavenly stilutMInn willow on this side the Jordan and the Lebanon cedars on the other aimoxt Interlocked their branches Only u ferry My subject aUomiggests the fact that when we cross titer at the last ive shill find a solid landing The ferryboat as spoken of lu my text menus n place to start from and n place to land David tad his people did not flail the eastern shore of thelordiinany more solid than the western shun where he landed and yet to a great mall Heaven is not a real place To you leaven Is a fog myheavenIis rected foot and something to tread on IInl1n resurrected e and colors to see with it and a resurrected ear and music to regale It Smart men In this day are making a great deal of tea about St Johns materialistic descrip tions of Heaven Well now my friends If youi will tell me what will be the use of a resurrected body In leaven with nothing to tread on and nothing to hear and nothing to handle and noth lag to taste turn I will laugh too Are you going tn f11 about In ether forever Mvingiifg about your hands tad feet thrnuch the air indiscriminately one mouif nt sweltering in the center of the sun mod the next moment shivering in the mountains of the moon That is not my Heaven Dissatisfied with Johns materialistic Heaven theolog Ilea thinkers are trying to patch up a rpn flint wil tin for them nt lnet never heard of a Heaven I want to 11 to except St Johns Heaven I be t farMr Toplady sing yet- and Isaac Watts recite hymns and Mo zart play Ohyousawhere would you get time organ The Lord will provide the organ Dont you bother about the organ I believe I shall vet see David with a harp and I will ask him to ging one of the songs of Zion t believe after the resurrection I shall see Massllton the great French pulpit orator nail I shall hear from his own lips how he felt on that daywhen he preached the kings funeral sermon and flung ids whole audience Into a paroxysm of grief and solemnity I here no patience with your transcend ental gelatinous gaseous Heaven My Heaven Is not a fog batik My eyes are unto the hills the everlasting hills The Kings ferryboat starting from a wharf on this side will go to a wharf on the other side Again my subject leaches that when we cross Aver at the last we shall be met nt the landing When David nail his family went over In the ferryboat spoken of In the text they landed amid n limit Ion tint had come out to greet them As they Mtepped trout the deck of tin boat to thr shore there were thousands of people who gathered around them to express a satisfaction that was beyond description Anti so you und will be met nt the landing Our arrival will be like stepping ashore nt Antwerp or Constantinople among n crowd of strangers It wll be among friends good friends those who are warmhearted friends and all their friends We know people whom we have never seen by hearing somebody talk about them very much we know them almost as well as If we had seen them And do you suppose that our parents and brothers and sisters and children in Heaven have been talking about us nil these years and talking to their friends So that I suppose when we cross the river nt the last we shall not only be met by all those Christian friends whom we knew on earth but by nil their friends They will come down to the landing to meet us Your departed friends love you now more than they ever did You will be surprised nt theJast to find how they know about all the affairs of your life Why they are only across the ferry and the boat is coming this way anti the boat Is going that way I do not know but they already asked the Lord the day the hour the moment when you are coming across and that they know now but do know tint you will be met nt the landing The poet Southey said he thought he should know Bishop Heber in leaven by the portraits he hnd seen of him In London and Dr Randolph said he thought he would know William Cowper the poet in Heaven from the pictures he had seen of him in England but we will know our departed kindred by the por traits hung in the throneroom of our heartsBut there is a thought that comes over us like an electric shock Do I belong to the Kings household Mark you the text says And there went over u ferryboat to carry over the kings household and none but the kings household Then I ask Do I belong to the household Do you If you do not come today and be adopt ed into that household Ohsay some soul here I do not knowwheth er the King wants me He does he does Hear the voice from the throne I will be a father to them and they shall be my sons and daughters said the Lord Almighty hint that cometh unto me Christ says I will In nowise cast out Come into the Kings house hold Sit down at the Kings table Come in and take your apparel from the Kings wardrobe even the wedding garment of Christs righteousness Come in and inherit the Kings wealth Come in and cross In the Kings ferryboat Why lie Objected Fcrdy Her dad U trying to stove oR the engagement Algy lie has a barrel of money I suppose FerdyYes and imagines I want to take the states oft the barrel Judge s N 9 9 THE CITI2ENBEREA KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 13 1900 Deceived by Latter Day Saints Virginia Man Tolls Ills Story A recent convert to Mormonism makes tho following statement viz To TUE PUBLIC My homo is in Vicksvillo South ampton Co Vii I am thirtyeight years old and have a family of six children My sisterinlaw died after tho death of JherJ husband and loft five children to my care I had been a Christian moro than four years be fore tho Mormon missionaries came to my house mid had found great comfort in tho Christian life I was n momborofi tho Christian church sometimes called tho Disciples Nine members of my family were also members of the church George Whittle and Henry Taggart Mor mon missionaries came to my house early in December 1899 They have trade their homo withjmo since they came until this time in May 1900 That is the way they preach the gospel without purse or scrip There were six other missionaries coming often to my houso and remaining several days at a time They told us that wo must gather to Israel flee to the mountains that this was tho com mandment of tho Lord They talked like Christians and I believed what they said and trusted them TheyI said when Christ camo He would come to the temple and we ought to be there They said polygamy had been done away withthat no one was living in polygamy nor had been Cora great many years They told us wo could not live our religion in Vir ginia but ought to como to theI mountains They said tho Saints here in Utah were a pure people no such wickedness as in the States They represented Utah as a paradise They wanted us to come to the tem ple and be sealed to each other as husbandand wife and children They wanted mo to sell all and come with my family We all joined tho Mormon church and what the missionaries had belieodI But I did not want to sell my home until I had come to see littleI said I could toke up as much wanted when I came so I decidedj to come andsold all my plomonts my mechanical tools my horse and timber that I had ready to work I got money enough tocomo and go back again They did not want me to take money enough for mo to return said I would like hero I came on and went to the friends at Preston Idaho to which place they had directed me I called at Mrs Whittles and learned that her daughter sister of our missionary was living in polygamy the second wife of Mr Pond I learned also from from tho Mormons that the sister of 11 Elder Taggart was a polygamous wife These facts startled me as both of the missionaries had declared to us again and again that no ono had been in polygamy for a long time polyga my was a thing of tho past If they had told me the truth I wquld not have come to Utah nor would I have sacrificed my property to come While visiting among tho brethren- at Preston I discovered that tho Saints would swear for I heard them They would ask a blessing at the tablo and presently begin to curse They would pray and swear right along I had never been used to that and it hurt me President Snow tho mouthpiece J of God prophet seer and revelator came up to conference at Preston I thought Now we will hear somethiu good if he does speak for God ho will surely say something good and helpful But to my surprise ho did 1oU 2 c C o c aOJ I11TJ a NIll Q U n not Ho talked nil tho time about tithing They must pay up It was money money money all tho time no Gospel at allj nothing about the love of God nothing about our Savior whom 1 loved I was sick and disheartened I could neither sleep nor eat The Saints wanted mo to como to all their meetings but I could not Tho missionaries had deceived mo Instead of a paradise I found tho Saints swearing living in in polygamy and tho yoimg people wore vilo beyond description Instead of tho prayer meeting they had tho danceI Instead of tho Gospel of love they preached money t went out and lay down in the folds crying to God for help to got away back to my homo againAll these facts timid conditions I learned from the Saints I did not goI to any of the denominations for infor mutton I hearth with niown ears saw with my own eyes and sorrowed The Mormon misin my own heart sionaries who profess to preach withI out purse or scrip cost me a man with a largo family about threeI hundred dollars But I am thankful that I did not bring my family I thank God that Ho line made it sible for me to go back home I willI tho falsehoods warn my neighbors against and deceptions of the Mormon missionaries I make these statements warn peoplo against tho Monnoj deceivers It is tho worst thing II over heard June 12 lDOOIFRANK S Jouxsox Any one having or white line seywoolsey to sell please send sum pIes to Mrs Ilattie W Graham Ladies Hall Berea College Berea Ky N 7N i TNNNNNNNNN pSendj r fi Ifii i And receivo 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Robertson Vice President and Miss Lucille Dinwid die Secretary Tho next meeting will be hold at Mrs Mary Stephens on W4th Street Georgo Strawdor is suffering with lumbago Tho Col prod people of the city are coutem plating having an Emacipatiou Cele bration on January 1001 It is hoped that thoy will have tho cooper ation of all tho citizens of tho county Tho Intermediate and Second Pri mary departments will give public rhutoricals at tho M E Church before Christmas Miss Mary Leo whoso illness was recently mention1 is much improved Tho revival at tho Plymouth Baptist Church closed after marked success Prof Darker Paris Ky visited tho city Saturday Clay County Ogle Tho schools in this locality have nearly all closed Ed Frederick and M II Frederick aroontho sick Tho Republican county primary will be held tomorrow Candidates aro plentiful and tho peoplo should mako a good choice for each ollice Jas Davidson and family Imo moved back to Tennessee I Frank Swaffoitrwenl to Flat Lick during thoweok Miss SudioiSmith went to Manchester Saturday Job Laws has moved from Goose Creek to tho head of Otter Crook Mostof our lumber men took ad vantage of time recent highwater and floated logs- Grace Bill Murray hadn now supply of goods this week Mrs Elizabeth Anderson Mm Sarah Wyatt and son Walter visited their sister Matilda Brigmon yester dayBill Hughes is building a now barn Abe Sparks anti John Boggn wore hero yesterday electioneering Brigmons school will IHelen weeks Luther Webb was here yesterday onbusiness David Roo who has been sick BO long with consumption died recently Dr J BWyatt and son John were hero recently on business Isaac Brigmon and son Bill were killing a hog Thursday Billstruck at tho hog with an ax tho ax camo olT tho handle and struck his father in tho head Ho was unconscious for ton minutes a doctor was summon ed immediately and mado an exami nation tho skull was not injured and with proper attention ho will recover William Johnson is on tho sick list Tho little son of John Short and wife is very sick with something like scrofulaJ Murray who was reported sick is improving Elisha Smith is very sick this week Mrs Betsey Hughes is very sick with a boil near her temple Bill Brigmon is rearing a new barn Is it an Indication In tho Richmond Register of Dec 11th is a neat article under the cap tion Is it an indication and credit ed to tho Index Tho writer says What tho com plexion of Heaven will bo is something tho ordinary mind cannot contemplate but if wo take tho attendance at church as an indication few men I will Find an placo there A peep into any church during tho hours of worship will show that tho greater portion of those i attendance aro women Mon as a rulo aro conspicuously absent This wo havo every reason to boo liovo to bo true but it is certainly not truo with regard to tho attendance at tho liquor saloon and the penitentiary Thero tho women aro conspic uously absent According to official statistics thero are in our prisons and penitentiaries twenty two males for each female and tho proportion of malesover femalos practicing at the liquor bar is car tainly much greater- Is there any significance to these facts attachedI Young men chooso your THE HOME Kdltcd t ro tern by the Manger Two Ways of Dolugr It I drove with lilY husband to our nearest town not long since and leaving me at tho principal store in tho place ho wont to attend to como business farther on After making somo purchases I sat down to await his return Most of tho fanners within six or eight miles deal at this store and today there wore many coming nod going My attention was attracted to tho dry goods count er whero n pleasantfaced little wo man was looking at somo black dims goods Her husband was standing nearu Now Sam she llIiclUthiH btu is forty cents a yard and this holding up another IiecIlls sixty cents it is bettor than tho other but I guess time forty cent goods will dome The man cnmo nod examined both pokes of good iu n very interested way and saidOIl think Sallie youd letter litho this nt sixty cents you dont often get n tiers dress and you ought to have a good ono Tho little woman was still moro pleasant looking as sho told tho clerk to cut oil the dross Sallie said tho husband uIm going to buy ono of those ml table clothsSam said she in an undertone uUJl1Ynre beautiful hut can you afford ill Ho smiled and had ono wrapped up AH they wont out I said to myself True enough a good husband makes a good wife two such happylooking people and lovo and kindness the cause of itl My iwditations were cut short by tho en trance of another couplo a grufflooking fellow end a pale care worn woman Now hurry up Mary said he Ive no time to be foolin Then Mary said aha would like to lookat sonic doth Sho selected a piece that suited her but when that man heard tho prico ho objected Get something cheaper said ho uUut said his wife timidly this is for Toms Sunday pants III dont caro said ho iwont PRY so much So sho was obliged to take an indifferent piece nl a lower prico After purchasing a few groceries tho husbandsaid Cone on I supjxMO youve got nil you wantl IIYes said she looking wistfully around but I did want somo apron ginghamNever mind that now was tho answer OIlm in a hurry andout they went Ah thought I hero is a poor woman mado unhappy by a hate of a man who never allows liar tho pleasure of going shopping with a little uionoy of her own She works hart without any reward not oven kind words Ah this must bo tho kind of farmers wives who become insane ThcJi I wished I was n good fairy who might put money Into her pocket to buy all those things 00 dear to u housekeepers heart The arrival of my husband aroused me from my reveries smith when dur ing my ride hone I related my ox perionco ho laughingly saidIIJUHt liko a woman to hear and see no much And said IIII fool like beating that horrid man and I sup pOliO that is liko a woman too Christian Standard Necessary Expenses for 12 Weeks School Ienumi who board 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Thousands of men and women suf far from piles especially women with female weakness have this suffering to contend with in addition to thou other pains Tablors Buckeye Filo Ointment will quickly effect a cure Price 50 cents in tubes 75 cents S E Welch Jr THE SCHOOL Kdlletl byj UMHuinoro Dean of tile Nor mat Department Uerra College Trail oaf TcachorH No feature of educational work is being pushed mow earnestly or successfully than that of training teachers Normal and Training schools Nero never xu numerouH nor so woll filled and many universities in the last year or two hnvo lidded pedagogical departments in uutivver to tho popular dmiiiiul Vet tho supply is not Millf out rill cry goes up from every tutu and city for trained teachers It menus that tin era of hotter things in pitHap proachingA school journal contained a copy of a letter written by a county HujMjrintendoul to his patrons saying that tho bewt teachers in tho country schools were being constantly drown into tho towns by tho offer of larger salaries Ho urged his patrons to retain nil such bruising tint Halarion giving nil a reason that tho boys and girls in country districts were entitled to an good teaching as those in towns and dUet Untrained teachers can no longer Hivuro good positions and in a fow years moro will bo iu tho sumo class as untrained lawyers and doctors And why not Training a childs mind and soul for Hfo and for eternity is iniiniloly moro important than uiiniHtering to IIIH bodily iiillnn ititfl or looking after hm legal inter test That teachers uro awakening to this fact time iimiunRo numberti In training schools hum witnosn Woll equipped Umchors are no where moro ntexled than in the schools of Kentucky and in no state will a warmer welcomo 1m given thorn If you aro already a teacher holding a first second or third grade cor tificnto tho Normal Department of bran College ntauds ready to give you a professional training pro pare you for a state certificate and fit you for highuraud bettor work If you are not n touchur but desire to lit como ono you cannot afford to miss tho opportunity tho Normal Department affords A three years courno is offend fret of tuition Tho only cost oulsido of liv ing expenses in tho incitlontid fen of I51M a term Tho largest college I brary in Kentucky and ell things that go to mako up n first olas col lego are At your disposal Tho Nor mat course of three years includtn studies in tho science ullIInrt of teaching psychology or tho naluro and development of tho mind history of education and practice in tho Model Schools Tho Normal Dopar out has n largo teaching force of men and wmen who have been chosen for- theirexcelluttrplaliflcalionsand who give instruction in tho branches they are strongest in Many Berea stu dentn arc now holding good positions anti are being sought for by miK riu tendentH and trustees December 12th is tho time to cuter for the win tor and spring terms The bout is youra count My Kind Of Man The kind of mm for molt 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largo class of citizens engaged iu agricultural pttrsiiiiH tho value o WKdlands boing greatly undoreNti mated by formers who aro largely dupendont upon their lufluonces European nations htivo long known their iinpotu co and stringent laws hero oimttiHl to prevent their do stmction whilo the care of forests lain been rwIncotP to a science of which wo in America lure II tin knowledge So largo n portion of our country was deiim ly covered with wood whew now are magnificent farms grunt cities roads railways and nil tho Jm hrlngtlaatamount of lalx r has been ox pond wl iu removing tho trees to bring this land into its prosont condition It not Hiirpriiting therufon that the pioiKvr farmerH who havo been for lifetime eh raring unity tutu forests should placo n low wtmato upon tho value of the trees which onciiiubttrtho ground Tho manufactiinr who sees In tint advancing cast of liimlmr that enters into his factory n reminder of our vauiHhing forests looks from n different point of view Railway ofliciulH timid a much great er difiicuUy in obtatningcnwstiif for nuintonnnco of way than In former years and auk Wht nt shall tho next Hiipply bo obtained Professional seer give thought to tho causes which havo produced gnat results in climatic couditioiiH and cou elude that forests are jtowfrful iu their control limit the agriculturist who has tunny problcuiH to solve in time HUP fill management of the Gen in tho lust to naliii that too much land huts has been cleared yot tho effects art clearly npparont Except for rails with which to build fences logs to cotiHtruct their house mid fuel to keep them warm during incluinent vintun4 tho timber xtHeH3 ixl no valuo to tho early pioneers AH timo puswd on Aiicci ding gee orations had increaHing wants fur uituro wagons sitter houses burns carriages implement all nsjuiring inuiiiincturisl lumUir This mado n demand and fixed n price tiHii forest pro luct and IIH tho woofs diwip ponrcd before tho RIO smith saw im proved farms bettor houses and great elIltllllrkHollloHut too great nn area of forest was cleaned and now at tho close of tau niuetcvuth century wo timid n remark ably HinaU quantity of vatunblo tim her in America uutl its roily istluiato tho dollars it will bring at tho sate null It in full timo that American farm ors should moro thorougly tinderntnutl time great inlluouco which trees exert upon growing crops unit KO far BH areabyprotecting remaining trees To IM continued To Whom it may Concern Thin hr to certify that wo have investigated Meflnrs Chits L1et lie t Co Buyers of country pro duce 101 Dimno Street Now York and fled thorn to lw worthy of all credit nud financially able to fulfill any contract that hoy night make and cheerfully recommend those to all dealern in produce as a sound financial hcuso to Null to Yours truly DANIEL CoMrAtr Rankers BroadwofSflll28 ork 92701 BEREA COLLEGEFounded IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over 2r TcuuliorM TOO StiitlcntH from 20 States ledCollage Library Iu 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